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FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1963 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE FIVE Jersey Students Presented Awards At Commencement JERSEYV1LLE - Recognitior was given graduates of the Jersey Community High School, who won honors for scholastic accomplishments at the commencement Wednesday evening at which time 163 seniors were pre- aented dipomas. Richard Brooks was recipient of the Bausch and Lomb 'Science Award in recognition ol "significant evidence of scientific up litUuV and highest achievement In science subjects." Recipient of the English and Mathematics Achievement Award of $25 offered by Chapter BG of P.E.O. Sisterhood were Joyce Ruby Mayhall and Sherril'l F. Fveesmeyer. These awards were given to the . students having achieved the highest scholastic average for four years' work in Engish and Math. While no special award is given for attendance special recognition was given to Sharon Os- brn and Fred Walther who had perfect attendance for their four years in high school with the exception of two days when the bus service was not available. The Danforth Awards went to Barbara Gary and Richrd Hein- ingcr. Each Year the Danforth Foundation of St. Louis offers to the principals of a selected group of schools as awards to a young man and young lady of the grad- uatng class personal copies of William H. Danforth's inspirational book, "I Dare ,You". These awards are made on the basis of n four square personal development in mental, physical, social and spiritual growth. Recognition was given to Fred Walther, president of the 1962-63 Student Council and to Sylvia Breden and Judy Ellerman, editor-in-chief and business manager respectively of the "J", official school year book.' Linda Mourning was recipient of the DAR pin this year and Helen Rue received the Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomor- ro'v award. Scholarships awarded to 19fj3 graduates to date were announced. They include; MacMurray, Robi-rt Smith; Millikin, Warren Anderson; Knox, Alice Goodrich, Illinois Statewide Scholarships, Alice Goodrich, Barbara Gary, Sherrill Freesmeyer, Clifford Jewsbury, Alyce Mayhall, 'Joyce Mayhall, Linda Mourning, Lanny Murrell, Bob Smith and Donna Roth; University of Illinois Scholarships, Sherrill Freesmeyer, John Hull, Richard Brooks, and Virginia Lee Shandrow. • Senior members of the National Honor Society were presented pins at the commencement. They are: Warcn Anderson, Richard Brooks, Barbara Gary, Judy Ellerman, Dennis Frazier, Penny Hcilzig, Janet Hinman, Donald Krucger, Mayhall, Donald Maguire, Alyce Joyce Mayhall, George Jack Daniels or| Crosley Squire OUR BEST SKLLER 5 8.8: Reg. SI 2.95 French Toes Sizes 5 to 12 • Black • Tan WESTERN SHOE STOliES 804-00 E. Broadway Six Cousins In Jersey Class of 9 63 JERSEYVILLE - Six students by the name of "Heitzig," all related, were among the list of graduates from the Jersey Community High School Wednesday evening. Five are firsfcousins and the sixth is a double second cousin to the group. The latter is Sandra Heitzig, daughter of Mt. and Mrs. Hergert Heil- zig, Rle. 1, Fieldon, who is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Heitzig of Fiel- DON. The other five who are grandchildren of Mrs. Joseph Heilzig of Jerseyville are, Patrick Heitzig, son of Mr. and M: s. Bernard Heitzig, Rle. 4, Jerseyville; Linda and Penny Hcilzig, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heitzig of Jerseyville; Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aloys Heitzig, Rte. 'I Jerseyville, and Edward Heitzig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Heitzig, Rle 4 Jerseyville. Bunker Hill Students Get Awards BUNKER HILL — Gerald Ren- cen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Menken, gave the valetictory address and Gary Welch, son of Mr. and Mi's. Dale Welch, the salutatory address at the commence ment, exercises of the Commun- ty Unit District 8 high school Tuesday evening. The Citizenship award was presented to Danny Eastman, son of Mrs. Ethel East man. Gerald has enrolled at the Uni- Name Class 8 Jersey Youths Columbian Terrorists Usi ngCti ban Weapons PATROL BOY AWARD Bill Jacobs, center, is awarded a certificate and two year pin as captain ol the Blair School Patrol in East Alton during an outdoor student assembly Tuesday afternoon. Principal Raymond Walker makes the presentation while Mrs. R. E. Sit/e, patrol supervisor, observe the ceremony. St. John's League at Brighton ToGraduate Honors Ex-Presidents Class of 31 Officers at Carrollton CARROLLTON — Officers tor the senior, junior and sophomore classes of the Carrollton High School for next year have been clot-led. Kaye Welch is president of the senior class for the lOKMHtvl school year and other officer's are Carolyn Day vice president. Maty Lee Howard, secretary: Ron He- Idle. treasurer 1 : Connie Day. reporter': Gerald Anderson and \Ve.s- ley Martin, student council representatives. Sophomore officers: Jeanelte Meek, president: John Clough, vice president; Kaydeen Becker, treasurer; Barbara Prough, sec I rotary: Larry Angle, reporter: Rick Barnell and Carl Maupin, student council. Sophomore. Bob Roads, president: Sue McGlasson. vice president; Karon Gourley. secretary: Barbara Alfeld. treasurer: Jo- Dell Tepen. reporter; John Clallin jand Jessica Dotson, student council, i Meyer Named Fire Chief \ Again at Hamel Get Leion Awards Jl RSEYVILLF, — NHIU-V Frit/., presentation at (h .laughter of Mr. and Mis. l.)i lion on j^s Tuesdav Frit/. an<l Thoinas \Vrxilse\. son D| .Mr. and Mrs. Rupert \Yoolsey ->l Jt rpt'j, villo. were recipient^ of (he American Legion av.ards pre- senfed lo outstanding girl and boy oigrl!) tirade giadualo* at the nroi"'Mioii ceremonies al Last Elementary School Tuesday evening Tin- presentation of tins annual Citi/i nship Award was made by Judge John S. Self of the America, i Legion. Lloyn D. Bauersarlis, is prineipas of the sohoo. Recipients of the American Le- ex-- SANTO DOMINGO. Dominican Republic (API—Official sources reported today that arms being vised by terrorists in Colombia were shipped from Cuba. They said captuied carbines in Daiigher--Colombia bore serial numbers of ions once shipper! by the late Dictator Generalissimo Rafael Tru.jillo to liis friend. Dictator itii.i! in selecting a boy and girl Fulgeneio Batista in Cuba. They or tl'e eighth grade graduating tuns fell into the hands of Fidel .-lass for the Legion Citi/enship Castro when he ousted Batista ree-ignition are honor, courage, in 19;)H. seholirship and leadership. Dale ... principHl ot the School. Thr factors taken into consider- NAGOYA — Japan's corn fields are produciim better crops. gion medals at tendance Center CARROLLTON — Thirty one pupils of St. John's Grade School will receive diplomas, following a Low Mass which will be said by Iho Rl. Rev. Monsignor Michael Enright at 9 a.m. Sunday in St. John's; Catholic Church. During the Mass the hymns will be sung ceased. by the graduates, assisted by the pupils ol.' the 7th grade in the school. Members of the graduating class j are Lee Batty, Henry Becker, j Margie Booth, Jessie Broyles, Debbie Carmody, Stephen Caller, Patsy Cordes, Stephen Field, Da-1 vid Geers, Thomas Grummei.j Connie Haulaway, Danny Hinde-j lang, David Hindelang, Danny; Howard, Judy Hubbard, Kathy Jeffrey, Christina Kaiser, Jean BRIGHTON — Past presidents of the Civic League were honored in a program conducted by the present president, Mrs. LeRoy Schmoeller Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Robert Muck- erm;<n. Heading the list as the founding officer was Mrs. Irving Clark, now residing at Sierra Marine, Calif., and'Mrs. John R. Ash the gift plate Mrs of an inscribed wall were Mrs. Oliver Isenberg, John L. Ash. Mrs. F. N. : HAMEL — Ire-elected fire of the Hamel Orr. Mrs. Harold Boll. Mrs- Har, old Chase, Mrs. Harry Rbady, |Firehouse. Lester' Meyer w chief at a meeting Volunteer- Fire De- the Fieldon At-j Tuesday evening! wen.: Caroyn Daveii|x>rl. daugh-j ter of Mr. and Mrs. llariy Dav-' rmpnrt. Rte. -1 Jorseyvillc and William Cates. son of Mr. and Mrs. 1 Ralph J. Call's of Rle. 1. Kiel- don Russell Cox. adjutant ol the' American Legion made Ibis prcs- : entation. Raymond Smith is Fiel-l don prinripal. ; Winners of the Legion awards; at the Delhi School were: Thomas Decker, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Decker of Rte. 1 Jerseyville and Ma ruin Scoggins. daugh- 'er ol Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scoggins of Rte. 1 Godfrey. The Mod- ills were presented Tuesday by Alfred R Fessler, principal of the sehoolsal the commencement pro gram. At the Dow Attendance Center i the American Legion Awards \veri received bv Debra Smith and J & A Springman HAS GOLD PAINT SUPPLIES Godfrey, III. Ph. 468-3431 Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer be annoyed or feel tll-at- esse hern use of loose, wobbly false teeth FASTEETH. nn Improved alka- HIIP ( non-arid. > powder, sprinkled on your plates holds them firmer so they feel more comfortable. Avoid embarrassment caused by loose plates. Qet PASTEETH at anj drug counter. Norman Blase and Elliott. Harold Frye. or i>l the Legion Post Mrs. Carson Oberlamler. William Bates. Mrs. Sam M r s. I Marvin Behrhorst were elected as- Cardi-jsistanl chiefs. commain made \ht FINANCING Downtown Slunv Months and Mrs. am Blodget, both de- Living presidents honored naK Mrs. George Leighty. Music in honor of the jroup Two new members, accepted !the last meeting are Merrill Klen Clough Quits Mail Job at Carrollton CARROLLTON — R. on was presented bv Mrs. Heni-vi ke alld Wilbur Boda ; Th1rcc " ew lEvii.iueloff and Mrs. Walter BJ«Pplicat.ons for membership werc with j Fran-. Jr. with Mrs. M. Stelle- jwugen. all of St. Louis. Two songs ! of the group of- three presented j i we're from "The Music Man" by| ! Meredith Wilson. • , During the buiness session, elected officers were re-installed I a( '[-j-ov '. ; n a ceremony conductefl by Mrs.!— Catherine Boker. The officers arc: j GLASGOW — The first of a pair president, Mrs. Schmoeller: sec-1of tunnels under Scotland's River rctai.y, Mrs. Sam Cardinal; lrea-jClyde is to open this summer. D R a n sur"r. Mrs. Russel Tucker; first.j Rte. novice president. Mrs. Robert W.i received from Roger Ttate. Marvin DcVries and DeWayne Meyer. Norman Blase and Clark Baker are to attend the Fire College at Champaign June 10 for four davs. ' The Madison County Firemen re "Kvill have a Ladies Night June 20 Kania, Peter Khlantxos, Donald Cong' 1 . 1 ' u ' >a] tamer Kuhnline. Charles Lakin, Richard'^ Frank B. Pranger, custodian ! Dunn: second vice president, Mrs. Lakin. Donald Meek, Paul Muy of the local post office, retired to-;Huherl Eyei-s. Mrs. Harry J. day. ' Jones nominations chairman, Barbara Rawe, Kaye Roth. versity of Illinois and Gary and | Robert Roth, Phyllis Schmidt. Clougli began his work in ttu>i Danny will /ittend SfU at Alton. The Danforth Award was presented to Gerald Renken, and Kathryn Miller, as the hoy and girl with the highest scholastic average. The processional and recession al were played by Miss Jane Hess. The Rev. Carl G. Moore gave the invocation and the benediction. The a cappella choir, under the direction of James Thompson sang several selections. Charles Carnahan, president of the Board of Education, presented the diplomas. Carl V. Summers, superintend ent, introduced the guest speaker, Irving Dillarcl of Collinsville. Mr. Dillard spoke on "Differences of the American People and the People Behind the Iron Curtain. Francis SchneKen, David and Joan VVagenblasl. Lulherans lo Confirm Class At Bunker Hill presented the officers to M r s. Bokcr. Mrs. Schmoeller named the following committee chairmen for :he coming year: Mrs. George E. S'.'wel], program; Mrs. Donald JWerts. flower show; Mrs. Dunn Mrs - BUNK1-JR HILL of Zion Lutheran Church. \0ho at tended religious -instruction class. es during the past were examined al service last Sunday. three the worship The confirm- Tapen local post office in 1928 as a rural j carrier on Rte. 7 out of the old post office which WHS located on the west side of the square. He completed M years of continuous service. When he entered the; alld Mfs. William Bates, counsel-vice there were eight rural- 11 '.''' • slorf ': Mr - s - Leo George and routes out of CarroIJton and he replaced the lair-Elmer Sander son, who had retired as carrier on RU-. 8. With the retirement of Sanderson the routes were consolidated into seven, and now. with the re- yetirK, |j,, em ,, n | O j Clough, the routes are again being consolidated into Nine youths Morrison, Linda Mourning, Lan-l ny Murrell, Mary Powderly. Don-l na Roth and Robert Smith who, ation of the youth take place Sun day HtvIO a.m. and will bo con ducted by the Rev. H. K. Peck man. pastor of Zion congrega lion. to be confirmed are: Bob Lynclal Kraner, Ted Becky Lanclrelh. Paul Richard Peckmaii. Sberyll tbi'ee, beginning June 1. Clough and his wife, the former Emma Robinson, reside at BUS Maple Ave. in Carrollton. They are the parents of two sons, Dr. R. D. Clough. local dentist, and John H. Clough. principal of the grade school at Eldred. Pranger has been custodian of Wagner, fancy worl.: Mrs. Hubert Eyers and Mrs. Norville Bangerl, fanes pantry; Mrs. Robert Goss. snack bar; Mrs. Rudy Aldridgc. apple sau'.-i. A report was made by Mrs. Gco-ge Leighly, auditing chairman, that the League's books foil-lie pasl year were found to be i.-i order. The treasurer's report, miiueographed for members, indicated a balance on hand of $-120 aftei expenses of $tit>4 for the year were met. and a total savings on deposit of S2,\ffA. were inducted during 1961-62 term;!-"' ""-""" r ™ ""• ^^" ' fh e present post ....j -„ i.. AI.U^., o.,r., ; ., D..O,I.,., Renken. Meven Dull and Danny . ' „ ' and Trudy Abbott, Sylvia Breden, Wieseman. Sherril) Freesmeyer, Alice Goodrich Janice Guilander, Clifford j virgin Islands National Jewsbury, William Keller, Mary Jon the island of SI. John Nayior and. Phyllis Pegus, 1962-jCaribbean, contains 5,000 03 members. office building since it was constructed in 1M2 and completed 31 years in his. Park, i position. He tuid his wife, the for- in the'mer Lena Meyer, reside al 202 j acres.-Locust in Carrollton. i BJTO "HEAD FOR THE HILLS' Sflf-SWV/CE SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO 10-Ft. Fir Kitchen With Buill in Gas or Electric Appliances $ 369 No Money Down Kitchen includes upper nut! lower cnbinnts counter top, sink and lancet. Phono HO 5-5511 For Free Kitchen Planning Service Fret- Kitchen Idea Booh Sears in Alton The civilian labor force increased by 8.2 million workers between the 1950-60 census, from 56.4 million to 64.(i million workers. The bobolink is a great migrant traveling all the wa yto Argentine pampas to spend the winter. VILLAGE OF BETHALTO, ILLINOIS TREASURER'S ANNUAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDED APRIL 30, 1963 Balance May 1, ll»02 Receipts: Municipal property Tuxes $88,643.03 Occupational Taxes 12,148.88 Village Licensee 8,381.50 Fines »B9.00 '£% Fire Insurance 579.68 Damage Claims 915.31 Sale of Gasoline 1,1)7.30 Expense refund 1,691.98 Motor Fuel Taxes 81,013.03 Bank Loan 8,000.00 Other 2M.OO 9 3,333.16 144,102.64 $147,434.80 Disbursements: Salaries, administration $ 5,138.67 I'ollee protection 11,381.76 Firp protection 897.05 Street Improvements 81,613.08 Street ttialntenance 29,830.01 Park Improvements 1,835.78 Automotive expense 8,881.78 Office Supplies 1,288.40 General repairs Street lighting Dog rabies control Interest expense • • Equipment Insurance ........ Election expense .. Dues Payroll taxes Other Balance April 30, 19U3..< 181.18 3,047.65 116.10 50.00 321.81 4,534.15 450.00 170,00 561.63 70.80 144,304.74 9 3,130.06 Erwin Pleqge, Mayor W. F, Doerr, Clerk F. L. Schoppet, Treasurer To change a performance champ into a family car... All you do is take the Plymouth leading Chevrolet and Ford in the picture on the left. Take the testing company emblem off the door. Put the hubcaps back on the wheels. Ask the test driver to get out and you get in. Just like that, you have a "performance champ for a family car." You see, the Plymouth, Ford and Chevrolet that competed at Riverside, California, were not souped-up special racing models. They were standard just change drivers! production models with standard V-8 engines. The kind of car you'd see in any showroom. And if you go by the results chart, the Plymouth showroom looks like the one to walk into. Ask your Plymouth Dealer about the 5-year/50,000-mile warranty. 1 Al Plymouth 1 :, lequesl Nationwide Consumer testing Institute puichnsed the test cars direct from doalei shuwfoums— a 1963 Chevrolet Impala V-8, Kord Ualatie "W V-8 and Plymouth Fury V-o, all comparably equipped. I hey conducted every tesl and computed all results. See youi Plymouth Dealer lor illustrated Ohicial Results Booklet. *Your Authorized Plymouth-Valiant Dealer's Warranty against detects in material and workmanship on 1963 cars has been expanded to Include parts replacement or repair, without charge for required parts or labor, for 5 years or 50,000 mile;,, whichever comes first, on the engine block, head and internal parts: transmission case .md internal parts (excluding manual clutch); torque converter, drive shaft, universal joints (excluding dust covers), rear axle and ditterential, and rear wheel bearings,, provided the vehicle has been serviced at reasonable intervals according to the Plymouth-Valiant Certified Car Care schedules. 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